Basics of Consulting: Definition, concepts and practical aspects

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Last Update January 17, 2023
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About This Course

This package aims to equip viability experts interested to consult in the media with basic understanding of what consulting is, what it entails and its practical aspects. Being an expert in a given subject matter does not only qualify one to be a consultant. In order to consult one needs consulting skills. This package is a prerequisite for other Media Viability consultancy packages one needs to undertake in order to consult in media sector and have the opportunity to work with Tanzania Media Foundation in its Media Viability Consultancy Programs. 

Target Audience

  • Business and finance experts
  • Human resources experts
  • Legal and politics experts
  • Technology and Innovation experts
  • Media and Journalistic Content experts

Curriculum

5 Lessons3h

What is consulting and why are consultants used?

This topic introduces you to the meaning and concepts of consulting and answers the question why consultants are used.
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How are consultants used and what processes do they follow?

This topic digs more on how consultants are used and the steps they follow when doing their consultancy work

What are the qualities of a good consultant

This topic explores the qualities of a good consultant. It looks also into the different codes of conducts for consultants

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Duration 3 hours
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